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to forget about wink big. bistro, coming soon. you always have to believe in the underdog. we were an underdog with the film. people did not expect it to do as well as it did. it was low budget. that is the other thing. you have to pull for a good, heartfelt, underdog story. it is natural for our people to pull for that. tavis: they are going to be talking about this for awhile, so you may want to run out and see it as soon as you can, because all of your friends are going to be seeing it. it is called "beast of the southern wild," starring dwight henry. >> and wink bakery and bistro. tavis: congratulations. thanks for coming on. it is my delight. thanks for tuning in. until next time, as always, keep the faith. >> for more information on today's show, visit tavis smiley at pbs.org. tavis: hi, i'm tavis smiley. join me next time for a conversation with a legendary blues artists on the release of the complete collection of his work. that is next time, and we will see you then. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it is the cornerstone we all know. it is not just a
a leisurely meal and by a cheeseburger for $11.95. you can go to the neighbor at the bistro and buy a burger for $32. if if you are in health care what you would say is there is cost shifting between mcdonald's and the bistro. here is my feeling we are seeing three different health care systems perlo. the reason that medicare providers can sell their services at a loss is because they do make it, the package. it's one of the reasons they are getting more care as they are healthier and healthier as you drive the prices down you in sent the industry to find ways to sell more to the customer and if you look at medicare carefully what is being sold to patients it is hard to believe they are not more in the mcdonald's business. mcdonald's makes more money than the bistro. worcester medicaid i'm afraid something else is happening. if you look at medicaid it is really interesting the rate of growth in medicaid services has gone up rapidly but not all of them. the things that you can do high-volume, testing, certain types of procedures have gone through the roof. what we think of as more care takes
, the bistro, a by cheeseburger for $32. now, if you lived in health care, what you would say is this cost shifting between mcdonald's and db bistro. here's my fear. my fear is we're seeing three different health care systems. the reason that medicare providers can sell their services at a loss is because they do make enough profit. a package but it's one of the reasons that seniors are getting ever and ever more care. as you drive prices down you get an industry to find ways to sell more to those same customers. and if you look at medicare carefully, what is being sold to patients, it's hard to believe, they are not more in mcdonald's business. mcdonald's actually makes more money than db bistro. they will sell you five but they will give you much service. medicaid i'm afraid some else's happen. when you look at medicaid, it's interesting. the rate of growth in medicaid services has gone up, rapidly. but not all of them. the things that you can do high-volume, testing, certain types of surgical procedures are going to the roof. what we think of more normal care, care that takes a lot of t
shifting between mcdonald's and bistro, here's my fear, my fear is we're seeing three different health systems. the reason they can sell their service as a loss is because they do make it up to a package. it's one of the reasons seniors are getting ever and ever more care. as you drive prices down, you instance and industry to find ways to sell more to the same customer. and if you look at medicare customer carefully, what this means is it's hard to believe, they are not more in mcdonald's business. mcdonald's makes more money than db bistro. they will sell you but they won't give you much service to medicate him of a ton else is having. we look at medicare it's interesting. the rate of growth in medicare is services has got a. rapidly. but the album. the things that you can do high-volume testing, and certain types of surgical procedures are going through the roof. what we think of more normal care, take a lot of time and expertise, has flattened the. and i think which is in medicaid is an industry response to lower reimbursement which is evocative business model that lets me do fault
try tg keep this business viable. >> hi. this is chef josh korn from paul martin's american bistro here in roseville, california, and today we're gonna be preparing our butter lettuce salad for you. this is an extremely easy salad that anybody could prepare at home, all easily accessible ingredients from a supermarket, and we're gonna go ahead and throw this together for you. so what we have here is butter lettuce, also known as boston lettuce or bibb lettuce. what you want to do is take this and just give it a quick tear so that the leaves aren't too big when you're ready to eat it. also have a little bit of fresh organic arugula here. that goes in, as well, adds a nice peppery element. and just a tiny pinch of sea salt just to boost the favor of everything. right here we ve a really nice cider maple vinaigrette. that gets lightly drizzled over the top. you don't want to drown the salad. just enough to coat all the leaves. you can use a couple of slices of apple. you can use fuji, braeburn, whatever type of apple you like. adds a nice flavor and a nice crunch. slice that down. a c
significant times and knew people like richard nixon, who she had an absolutely bistro response to a did not like at all, which are interesting. her perspective is a perceptive i don't never think i've seen a madhouse. it's very much a woman's date because she was responding to the way she treated his wife. and i think that is what is valuable, that is what it what it would contribute to the historical record, but also wider story is important because people have a slightly different take on experience. another question? if not, i have more. [inaudible] adding imac >> i like to tell stories in a way. and i really wanted a boat to try to understand, you know, -- [inaudible] people had to understand culture and he felt so upset when he would reach people on the hill and they didn't know what he was talking about. he really chilled it into me and everything i said he would say qualified bad. how do you know that? prove that to me? he would never stand some vague. i know he's back to david ignatius before he went overseas and that i don't want you just tell me. i want you to tommy the histor
with cafe in san francisco. yountville bistro is a more than san francisco most aunts. also making it in the top 30. we have a lot of eating to do. >> i will confirm it. >> thank you. >>> time now 5:52. unmonitored parolees. what they are doing to avoid being watched and why they probably will not be punished. >>> plus the rumors that alex smith is about to become a former 49er. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! ♪ wow. [ buzz ] delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho.
bistro wine bar. it's in the ridgely delight neighborhood. >> this sounds like something you would hear from some columpian drug lords down in miami somewhere. it's not something you would hear from a girl going to school. >> reporter: strickland, -- mother, a retired judge. >> maybe even gag orders here. >> reporter: as a member of the review panel, diane strickland heard all of the evidence in that 2007 school massacre. in a stairmt, the stricklands say their beautiful daughter was murdered. and they appreciate the thoughts and prayers. meanwhile, police are not reporting any new leads. >> the bodies were burned pretty badly. and our arson unit is continuing to work with the fire department's fire investigation bureau. >> reporter: but wjz does learn police are looking into the background of each victim, hoping it leads them to a motive for the murder. >>> and one of the first things police usually do in these situations is run a criminal background check on the victim. we did the same thing and found that they are fairly clean. just a couple
lady. >> derek vawng owns the bistro wine bar. it's in the ridgely delight neighborhood. >> this sounds like something you would hear from some columbian drug lords down in miami or somewhere. this is in the something you would hear to a girl that is working, going to school. >> reporter: strickland was originally from roanoke, virginia. her mother, a retired judge. used to see crime from the -- the other side. diane strickland heard all of the evidence from the 2007 school massacre n. a statement, the stricklands say their beautiful daughter was murdered. and they appreciate the thoughts and prayers. meanwhile, police are not reporting any leads. >> the bodies were burned pretty badly. and our arson unit is continuing to work with the fire department's fire investigation bureau. >> reporter: but wjz has learned police are looking into the background of each victim, hoping it helps lead them to a motive. >> and a neighbor tells me that police were out there, questioning some people that live in nicole's neighborhood. adding to this
to fancy restaurants, like new york's d.b. bistro moderne, home of the $150 hamburger smothered with truffles. a few shavings on pasta can run you even more. at an auction in macau in 2010, this two-pound white truffle sold for $330,000, a record amount. it's not like agriculture. people don't put a seed in the ground. >> no. >> and they're a fungus. >> yes, they're underground fungus. >> so the farmer really can't make it happen? >> no, they can't do anything. we can't do anything. you're always on the phone, many telephones, saying, "sorry, sorry, i don't have. i don't have." and i wish i had 100 tons a day to make everybody happy. >> in france, the truffle is so revered that in the village of uzes, a special mass is held in its honor. churchgoers not only put money in the collection plate, they also add truffles. there's a reason for the special prayers. because of climate change, the harvests are down from an annual haul of 2,000 tons of truffles 100 years ago to just 30 tons today. the scarcity and high prices have attracted elements of organized crime, who've turned the tr
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's start. jeffrey sachs and i, forget the list, we went straight to this billionaire bistro. talk about this shot. it's fascinating. >> the four seasons actually let us in and showed us their appointment book. it's really an amazing place. this is the commissary of wealth and power. you cannot go there on any given day and not bump into either a billionaire or a cabinet secretary at every single table. and it's amazing actually to go there and just watch the interaction. and when people, you know, i mean, conspiracy theorists would have a field day here. it's mostly people going for a good lunch. >> they're all there -- yeah. hanging out with other billionaires. five years from now, some people, maybe the list you guys are putting out, the most promising companies may be sitting around the four seasons over there. let's talk about, these are the companies you say the next googles. >> yeah. >> let's start with number one. 3cinteractive. >> basically when you get things on your cell phone like offering you a coupon or your phone tells you you're over your minutes, this is the software tha
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